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26 thoughts from Olympic Trials MarathonFebruary 16, 2016 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
Some leftover thoughts from Saturday’s Olympic Trials. Be sure to check out Jesse’s takeaways from the race, Brendon’s look at social media and our recap podcast featuring Sports Illustrated’s Tim Layden.
1) I know a good number of you thought Rupp … Read More
Kiplagat & Chumba prevail without pacers, Puskedra becomes the marathoner America’s been waiting for: 26 thoughts on the Chicago MarathonOctober 13, 2015 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
Photo: Chicago Marathon
After a brief sabbatical, the Monday Morning Run is in full force. It’s on a Tuesday this week, but hey this was the first step in getting back to a semi-regular schedule after my wife … Read More
The Monday Morning Run: 26 Takeaways from the Boston MarathonApril 21, 2015 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
Photo: Jon Terzenbach
The Monday Morning Run is a day later to accommodate the Boston Marathon. Boston alone would have been enough to discuss, but there are also results from the track and the surprise announcement of Eugene … Read More
The Monday Morning Run: Simpson grinds out an American record, records aplenty in Boston and Barshim soarsFebruary 9, 2015 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
If you enjoy middle-distance races, then the indoor season is for you. At Saturday’s New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, there were six races between 1,000 and 3,218 meters. Not all of them panned out, but in … Read More
Monday Morning Run: Boston and London announce elite fieldsJanuary 12, 2015 | Kevin Sully
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The Boston and London marathons each announced portions of their elite fields last week. No surprise, Meb Keflezighi will defend his title and Shalane Flanagan will headline the women’s competition in Boston against the Rita … Read More
The New York City Marathon a trial for the TrialsNovember 1, 2014 | Daily Relay | 2 Comments
Deep elite fields of American men and women will have their feet planted on the New York City pavement for Sunday’s marathon, but you’ll have to forgive them if the back of their minds are somewhere in the cloudless skies … Read More
The Parable of the Prodigious SonSeptember 30, 2014 | Daily Relay | 2 Comments
He continued: “There was a man who had five sons and two daughters. The second oldest child said to his father, ‘Father, there are miles to be run.’ So he let his son run to his heart’s content. He … Read More
Daily News Roundup: Cain OutMarch 3, 2014 | Jesse Squire
Photo: Dane Schubert
Earlier today it was announced that superstar high school miler Mary Cain will miss the World Indoor Championships due to a small injury. Heather Kampf will take her spot.
I felt some disappointment hearing this. Cain is … Read More
The 4 x 1: Symmonds to Brooks, Ritzenhein and Flanagan in Boston, Best meet of 2014January 8, 2014 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
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Jason and Kevin take four minutes to discuss:
-What impact will Nick Symmonds’s decision to leave Nike have on the sport?
-Will his new arraignment with Brooks pose any challenges?
-Who is the most interesting … Read More
Daily News Roundup: Teams Matter, part 2January 7, 2014 | Jesse Squire
College track has a ready-made fan base. We just need to figure out how to make it easier for college sports fans to follow what we do. (Photo by TrackTownPhoto)
Yesterday, I posted an excerpt from Brett Larner’s Japan Running … Read More